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I Can Hear Music
Larry Lurex Lyrics


This is the way, I always dreamed it would be.
The way that it is, o-oh, when you are holding me.
I never had a love of my own,
Maybe that's why when we're all alone...

I can hear music,
I can hear music...
Sounds of the city, baby, seems to disappear,
Oh, well,
I can hear music,
Sweet, sweet music,
Whenever you touch me baby,
Whenever you're near.

Loving you, it keeps me satisfied.
And I can't explain, oh no, the way I'm feeling inside.
You look at me, we kiss and then
I close my eyes and here it comes again.

I can hear music,
I can hear music...
Sounds of the city, baby, seems to disappear.
Oh, well, I can hear music,
Sweet, sweet music,
Whenever you touch me, baby,
Whenever you're near.

I can hear music,
Sweet, sweet music.
Whenever you touch me, baby,
Whenever you're near.

I can hear music
Sweet, sweet music.
Whenever you touch me, baby,
Whenever you're near.

Contributed by Nolan S. Suggest a correction in the comments below.
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Anij 822

@vincent hewlett
According to what is written on the actual label of the single, Roy's name isn't listed as the producer, just Robin's. You can see a picture of the label here: https://www.discogs.com/Larry-Lurex-I-Can-Hear-Music/master/93708


My facts come from all of the information I've gathered through extensive research over many, many years including interviews. (Freddie actually spoke about the Larry Lurex recordings several times.)


The name Larry Lurex was a pun on the stage name of glam rock star Gary Glitter and the shiny, metallic yarn Lurex. The three members of Queen didn't want their own names or the name Queen attached to it because they didn't want to run the risk of being labeled a studio fabricated band. Originally they were going to use “Larry Lurex and the Voles From Venus” and that was what was written on the label on the original acetates but according to Freddie the three of them decided it would be a bit too much.


As far as your books are concerned, there is a lot of erroneous information in some of the books about the band that are out there so just because it says something different in a book doesn't mean that book is correct.



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9496Tull

Omg!!!!! Freddie doing a beach boys song.
Is this for real? Love love love
Them both !

Suzanne Robbins

@Leander Thanks for being so kind! I should have checked! I meant to correct it, so thanks for writing me! 🙂

Leander

@Suzanne Robbins That's okay. I make mistakes all the time!

Suzanne Robbins

@Leander Actually I made a mistake...Ronettes had it early sixties....I was a teen then, and should have remembered!

Leander

@Suzanne Robbins What is your source?
On wikipedia it says Ronettes 1966, Beach Boys 1969.

Suzanne Robbins

@Leander Wikipedia isn’t always right!

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Timliu92

Wow, that was honestly one of the best Beach Boys covers ever. Everything Freddie Mercury touched was absolute gold.

Mirko Basciu

I agree!!!

Les Hastings

@Lil what?

Lil

@Les Hastings Do you really think I care if you read it or not? It just shows that you’re not able to defend yourself cause I gave you facts

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